This evening, I am focusing on an impressive and intruiging piece of church architecture as represented by the Old High Kirk ( Presbyterian) at Kilmarnock , Ayrshire, S.W.Scotland which was erected between 1731 and 1734. The design may have been influenced by that of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, London which opened in 1724. Further information as follows:
Today, I visited George Square, the civic centre of Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city.
The Square was first laid out in 1781 and evolved in tandem with Glasgow’s growth and prosperity. Today,the Square is a venue for a wide range of public gatherings and events which include meetings, demonstrations,concerts and ceremonies. Surrounding the Square are important buildings which include Queen Street Station, City Chambers (Town Hall), and the Cenotaph.